We covered more ways to correct problem photos. This involves using the adjustment layers. Some filters within this tool correct the entire photo. For example, if your photo has a blue cast, you can use a warming filter, with three to choose from. There are also three cooling filters. I don’t have any photos with […]
Fix Your Photos
Today’s lesson was how to repair photos which are less than perfect due to scratches, power lines, unwanted elements, or you simply didn’t take a good photo in the first place. I didn’t have a photo fitting this description so I used the sample provided. You can see hands in either corner, a face at […]
Frame Your Photos
We learned how to “add canvas” to a photo, which allows you to manipulate your image for certain adjustments. A nifty use for this additional canvas is to create a frame around a photo in your desired color. Here’s a photo I took of a hillside village during a trip to France a couple years […]
A Final Exam! Really?
Our final lesson in Pixeladies Photoshop Elements on-line course was to select a photo we hadn’t worked with before and make at least five adjustments. I picked a photo I had taken of a wall hanging by my friend Mary Telford during our Oregon Garden exhibition. Here’s the original: As you can see I did […]